This marks Whale’s second time showing at 321 Gallery and his first solo show in New York.
Working between digital and analogue photographic platforms, Evan Whale (b. 1987, Washington, DC) explores the intersections of socio-political histories, environmental change, and photographic representation in the 21st century. Employing his experimental process as an investigative tool, Whale makes work where the languages of photography and painting overlap. He treats the photographic surface as a means of recording light, color, image, chemical alteration, or primed canvas ready to record a physical mark.